In an industry dominated by the thought that ‘bigger is better’, we sometimes overlook some of the more understated yet more practical options available. Until now, iNews had the pleasure of getting to grips with the Mazda3.
It has been nearly four years since we were first introduced to the new Mazda3, so the Japanese manufacturer has treated it to a welcome facelift in the form of ‘a new grille, redesigned mirrors and bumper’. Although these changes seem fairly minor, they keep the car feeling fresh and ‘shark-like’ in appearance, whilst still retaining the iconic Mazda majesty.
The improvements aren’t just skin deep, with technological advances happening throughout to improve the drive of the car. The models get air con and the seven-inch touch-screen with DAB, Bluetooth®, CD, USB and internet radio functions as standard with many options available for improvement.